My wife and I read all the positive reviews and visited this place for a (hopefully) romantic place. This place is ok, but I certainly don't think it deserves the ratings it got...in fact, after re-reading them I'm convinced that a lot of these were written by employees of the restaurant, but whatever. Try the coconut soup, it's good. But 5 stars? You gotta be kidding me!
Authentic Thai fare and gracious staff makes this cozy east Dallas eatery an institution with urbanites since 1992.. In Short The decor is simple: rattan chairs, clean glass-top tables and exotic ornaments and artwork adorn the intimate space. However, it's the food that keeps patrons loyal. Fish cakes and steamed shrimp and pork dumplings are popular starters. Specialties like tom yum goong (spicy and sour shrimp soup) and hot curries (red, green, panang and massaman) are staples on a Thai dinner table. Homemade coconut ice cream and sticky rice with custard desserts are highly recommended.